. Don't 'harvest the pickups' ... fix up the guitar so it plays, a fret level will make a surprising improvement in playability. Fewer of those around anymore because people rip out the pickups and toss the husk. There are players who are searching for the quirky 60s Teisco guitars, just be patient when selling if you are not one of them. That's a zero fret on there, don't try to 'convert it' to a regular nut or it will never play in tune. I have the same style of serial number tag on a 1963 Teisco Tulip so I knew about what you have just seeing that picture of it. Someone had tried using a conventional nut on mine and it didn't play. I returned it to working with the zero fret, installing stainless frets along the way (that was the concern with the old zero frets is they could wear but with stainless that is unlikely to happen). Open book headstock is a rarity.... Which puts it from the 60s to the early 70s when the famous 'lawsuit' happened. You have a vintage, MIJ, pre-lawsuit open book headstock, SG copy. I'd fix it and either play it or sell it. .